Australia commemorates war dead with few COVID restrictions


              Australian and New Zealander soldiers walk during the international service in recognition of the Gallipoli campaign at Mehmetcik monument in the Gallipoli peninsula, Turkey, Sunday, April 24, 2022. The annual Anzac Day ceremony on Monday, April 25 remembers the forces of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps under British command in World War I who fought a bloody nine-month battle against Turkish forces on the Gallipoli peninsula in 1915. (AP Photo/Emrah Gurel)
            
              A woman holds a thank you sign during the Anzac Day march in Sydney, Monday, April 25, 2022. Australia and New Zealand commemorate Anzac Day every April 25, the date in 1915 when the Australia and New Zealand Army Corps landed on Turkey in an ill-fated campaign that created the soldiers' first combat of World War I. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
            
              Children watch the Anzac Day march in Sydney, Monday, April 25, 2022. Australia and New Zealand commemorate Anzac Day every April 25, the date in 1915 when the Australia and New Zealand Army Corps landed on Turkey in an ill-fated campaign that created the soldiers' first combat of World War I. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
            
              Veterans parade during the Anzac Day march in Sydney, Monday, April 25, 2022. Australia and New Zealand commemorate Anzac Day every April 25, the date in 1915 when the Australia and New Zealand Army Corps landed on Turkey in an ill-fated campaign that created the soldiers' first combat of World War I. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
            
              Australian and New Zealand soldiers stand during the international service in recognition of the Gallipoli campaign at Mehmetcik monument in the Gallipoli peninsula, Turkey, Sunday, April 24, 2022. The annual Anzac Day ceremony on Monday, April 25 remembers the forces of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps under British command in World War I who fought a bloody nine-month battle against Turkish forces on the Gallipoli peninsula in 1915. (AP Photo/Emrah Gurel)
            
              Australian sailors parade during the Anzac Day march in Sydney, Monday, April 25, 2022. Australia and New Zealand commemorate Anzac Day every April 25, the date in 1915 when the Australia and New Zealand Army Corps landed on Turkey in an ill-fated campaign that created the soldiers' first combat of World War I. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
            
              A young boy watches the Anzac Day march in Sydney, Monday, April 25, 2022. Australia and New Zealand commemorate Anzac Day every April 25, the date in 1915 when the Australia and New Zealand Army Corps landed on Turkey in an ill-fated campaign that created the soldiers' first combat of World War I. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
            
              British, Australian and New Zealand soldiers attend a ceremony at the Helles Memorial in the Gallipoli peninsula, Turkey, Sunday, April 24, 2022. The annual Anzac Day ceremony on Monday, April 25 remembers the forces of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps under British command in World War I who fought a bloody nine-month battle against Turkish forces on the Gallipoli peninsula in 1915. (AP Photo/Emrah Gurel)
            
              British, Australian and New Zealand soldiers attend a ceremony at the Helles Memorial in the Gallipoli peninsula, Turkey, Sunday, April 24, 2022. The annual Anzac Day ceremony on Monday, April 25 remembers the forces of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps under British command in World War I who fought a bloody nine-month battle against Turkish forces on the Gallipoli peninsula in 1915. (AP Photo/Emrah Gurel)
            
              British, Australian and New Zealand soldiers attend a ceremony at the Helles Memorial in the Gallipoli peninsula, Turkey, Sunday, April 24, 2022. The annual Anzac Day ceremony on Monday, April 25 remembers the forces of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps under British command in World War I who fought a bloody nine-month battle against Turkish forces on the Gallipoli peninsula in 1915. (AP Photo/Emrah Gurel)